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Along Virginia's Route 58: True Tales & Haunted Highlands

  • Wednesday, July 12, 2017
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • MacArthur Memorial Visitor Center Theatre 198 Bank Street Norfolk VA 23510

Please join us on July 12, when author Joe Tennis returns to share some spooky stories from his latest book, "Haunted Highlands: Ghosts & Legends of North Carolina, Tennessee & Virginia," plus some local tales from his recently released
"Along Virginia's Route 58: True Tales from Beach to Bluegrass," which is a second edition of his 2007 book "Beach to Bluegrass."

View vintage photos of Norfolk and Virginia Beach and hear tales of haunted lakes, rivers, hospitals, colleges, hotels, railroads and more as the author shares stories related to Hampton Roads and
beyond, to the mountains of Virginia and neighboring states. It's a road trip from the Cavalier Hotel and Courtland to Mountain Lake, Pound, Castlewood, Bristol and Martinsville - with tales of
duels, demons, angels and lost body parts. 

FREE and open to the public

We welcome you to contact us!  The Norfolk Historical Society maintains space at Historic Fort Norfolk (c. 1810).  We are also available via mail, e-mail, and social media.


Fort Norfolk
810 Front Street
Norfolk, VA 23510


Norfolk Historical Society
P.O. Box 6367
Norfolk, Virginia 23508-0367

(757) 754-2004


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